I really never refer back to comments in my previous posts, but I have to this time. Thank YOU! Thank you for advice, for taking the time to not only comment but to give encouragement. Thank you for believing me and in US! Us CRAZY COTTERS!
We spend a good 75% of weekends working. James is usually training, training others, coaching, etc. (Side note: He had a good weekend of training, and pain free. Hooray!) I spend most of the time in the kitchen with Healthy Bites, filling orders for Monday shipment, as well as maybe teaching classes and/or other random work. When we’re done with that, we scramble to get outside with the pup for some “family” time. Yes, we chose to be self employed so obviously we gotta make the most of it. Ya know?
But today is different, well for me at least. It’s the start of a slow and savor week. You see, I am taking the next 5 days off from really working. I finished my pre-thanksgiving orders. I have one other class to teach at the gym and that’s it.
No I will not get paid, but I will get a little extra rest which helps me in the long run. I will focus on being a domesticator and you know what? I love it. Time to be thankful for what you have at this moment. And since we’re talking about being a domesticator (aka housewife), let’s talk food.
Confession, I tried to be all fancy and make these grain free coconut pancakes this morning. Well, they crumbled. Still tasty, but they crumbled. So instead of worrying about perfecting the recipe, I decided to bust out an old recipe with the ingredients I had left. Plus I still needed to transfer this recipe over from my old blog, so perfect excuse. These bad boys are perfectly suitable for breakfast as well. Just add coffee and/or milk.
Sugar and Spice Arrowroot CookiesPrint
See, perfectly marvelous for breakfast. Enjoy this week and then let it carry over to the next, and so on and so on.
What’s the last kitchen fail you had? Please tell me you had cookies for a back up! I know this girl does.